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Full text of "Linguistic Survey Of India Vol Ii Mon Khmer Siamese Chinese Families"

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to (Sh. the same)! to be ruined,            become diminished, I, 8; tak-fa tdic-pting,
becMne diminished become ruined, hence, spent, I, 8 ; fau-to Im /w-fcw, I
have not disobeyed, I, 44.
Ink (Kk and Sh, the same, Siamese del), a child, son, I, 5 ; 228; Yoo. lft m, 1,
501 Norn, JA-]to, I, 47; Ink-man, a sons 1,1, 20, 26, 30} 33; 55, 223, 225 ;
Norn, luk-man-ko, I, 24; fak-ftung, a daughter, 56S110, etc.;1 fab-pl-ai, son
year first-born, eldest son, I, 41; sson5 is hJs-mdn; 'his son9 Is usually
(228) man fait, not M maw, as we should expect
, preposition of the ablative, 104109S113,118,122,127, 287, 240, 241; used
m ablative of comparison (see khun), 13S, 136; M-tdm, the same, II, 3;
222, 235.
(pronounced Jow) (Kh. and Sh, the same), air, wind (EL).
or l&n (Northern Sh, lw, Southern Sh. kin), what conies last, after; lun-lang,
after behind, afterwards, 1,10.   Tun-lun in III, 9S see tun.
Img (pronounced long) (Eh, and Sh, the same) great, large.
lung (so in Kh, and Sh., Siamese n&ng), numerals one, I, 45; III, 19; 1; used aa
the indefinite article, a, a certain (following the noun qualified), 1,1,11, 36,
38, 49; n, 3, 10,11,14 5 101, etc., 138, etc., 230.
(Sh, the same), to smear, daub, plaster, overlay, gild9 III, 19.
in Hip-din, an Island, III, 2,17.
lut (Kh. and Sh. the same)s blood (H.).
Utt (Kh, the same), hot (H.).
md, an ass, 74.   Possibly this word should really be ma, a horse,
ma, (Kh. ma, Sh, man), negative particle; marMnyau, did not see, II, 12.   In
Kh. m& is used only in conditional and interrogative sentences.
ma (Kh. and Siamese ma, Sh. ma), to come, 80; Pres. mS, comes, 239; Imperat.
w,8, come, I, 28; Past, pdJc-ma, came back, I, 34; dk ma, came outside, I,
41; II, 14; md-jaii, came, II, 15; Per!., mfru-M, has come, I, 37. In the
second specimen the root is uniformly, but wrongly, written ma. The- word
is frequent In compounds; thus, au-ma, take come, bring* Imperat., I, 26;
(went) to fetch, II, 6; pai-kd-ma , . , jau, went went came, went, I,
21; IcMn-ma-cham (quick come swift=as soon as); ma-tMng-cMm, as soon as
(thy son) arrived, 1,4*7; ma-thung, arrived, I, 34; ma-Jchau, entered31, 40;
fifomq, call come, entreated, 1,41; m$ . . , Jsd-jau, come went, came,
II, 10; khdm-ma-lau, word come say, a mere pleonasm for kham, word, I,
4A; with regard to Jchdn-ma-chdm, above, cf, Kh. md-chdm, soon. Like M,
may when appended to another verb, usually gives the idea of progression.
m$ (spoken with a long tone) (Kh. mat Sh. ma, with an abrupt tone; Siamese
wifl), a horse, 68; m$-thftb a male horse, 138,140; m$-me} a mare, 139,141;
no m$ lung, on a horse, 230.
m$ (spoken with an abrupt tone) (Kh. and Sh. ma, with rising inflection, Siamese
kma), a dog, 70; ma-th&Js, a male dog, 145,148; ma-me, a bitch, 147,149.
ma-lau"kmt ever, at any time, 1,45.   The separate members of the compound are
said to have no significance.
mai, postposition.   This word is frequently used as a suffix to denote any case
except the nominative; thus, hafamting*mi, of that countrys 1,11;